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ABC
Nov 30, 2012 6:00pm PST
saturated. take a look at why. last 48 hours, eight and a half inches of rain, up in san francisco about an inch and a half. oakland, two. and livermore, an inch and just over three quarters. contra costa county wind gusts today. here is what is coming up. third storm in the last one, this weekend, saturday night, 11 p.m. stormy weather. heavy rain, wind, 7:00 a.m. across the heart of the bay area continuing through 9:00 a.m. we have our radar i'll be back with rainfall totals and these look impressive. >> thank you. as expected north bay saw heaviest rain today. abc 7 news is live from petaluma now. >> like tell you, showers popping up here, too. here in the north bay, heavy down pours created spotty problems here. this parking lot this morning was flooded. right after this owners couldn't get a truck in or out. water receded now as we speak but owners expect it to happen over again this weekend. >> that is soil. >> leeland says he's been down this road before. at least, his parking lot has, now submerged in water. >> first place to food is petaluma is sometimes the only place that floo
ABC
Dec 4, 2012 6:00pm PST
and more rain wayne? >> this saturation is a key word. this is like the rain gauge of the bay area. what you're looking at here is as it turns out, the ground is saturated. maybe you knew that. it surprised us with how early. 28th of november, two weeks before it usually become that's way. two more weeks for the possibility. signs of saturated ground aroundérvÑ on interstate 80 and highway 29, a small surprise landslide turned an after ramp into an empty strip. thank goodness for caltrans doing the clean up. in a sleepy section, no such help. two days after the small creek=ñ overflowed banks residents are still digging outs. >> came over this side, that side. got to my neighbor as well. got across the road. >> rory has been workinge.o since, six inches of mud covered his lawn and filled his pool. four inches of water ruined two noors. it may have to join this stuff in route to the dump because of ground saturated early this year, too early leaving time for this disaster to possibly man yi test. >> it's not winter. you're dealing with this? >> right. >> sun is out. water in that creek
KRON
Dec 25, 2012 4:00am PST
. there could be trees and downed as the ground is already quite a saturated. cloudy conditions and that of rainfall will start to push towards the north bay. it will be heavy at times. we will not see as much moisture as what we saw this morning but the crowd is a saturated. some flooding is possible and also for tonight with the rainfall continuing. we will watch for flooding temperatures are 40's, merry christmas to downtown in san francisco, and temperatures are going to drop into the 30's into the north bay. more about the recall, timing it out on futurecast. >> thank-you, and thanny maybe if you are coming home? there should be no problems getting home leave your the as you leave your party, the headlights far east of us are plenty of you in the extra car in front of you. this is the golden gate bridge i do not see one car. perfect conditions so far as your headed towards san francisco. anny, thank you for the forecast,in the east bay. a road that keeps flooding has really resident. kron 4's justine waldman shows us the mudslide and what's being done about it. >> reporter:
ABC
Nov 30, 2012 11:00pm PST
relatively little damage out here in the north bay. but the ground is pretty well saturated, and we have another wave of rain coming at us. reporting live in the north bay, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. hundreds of people in the santa cruz mountains are without power. downed power lines mean highway 9 is still shutdown as well. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana continues our live coverage. sergio? >> the majority of those people who still are without power are in the community of ben loman. a tree came down and knocked down a power line right through town. pg&e crews are working late into the night to get power restored on this stretch of highway 9. this is what's left of the tree that came down earlier this morning and took out a power line. it has been cutaway by power crews and a few yards up the road one building has electricity. >> up here when you get a chance you try to get ahead of the ballgame. a lot of us have small generators. >> his generator is humming along at his general store, but some neighbors are making do with tiki lamps. >> this is our first for the year
CW
Dec 2, 2012 10:00pm PST
and a series of storms saturates the bay area. >> the heavy and seemingly nonstop rains have left their mark all over the bay area. one of the newest problems in the santa cruz mountains. gateway just before noon and -- 1 entire lane simply vanished. as bad as it looks from the surface, the remainder of the rode way remains in jeopardy. >> some of the highlights from this morning's storm, powerful wind gusts and blowing wayne across west lake neighborhood this morning. a viewer sent us this video, wind gusts reached almost 50 miles an hour, higher up, wind gusts hit 80 miles an hour. >> broken power poles and downed lines left more than 600,000 customers without electricity. this dangling pole left 8,500 people without power. it has been since repaired. >> drivers in balnut creek, major -- walnut, major ponding on roads. cars are splashing through deep puddles. there has also been on highway 280 and mrafsh marsh creek road. >> there is another worry for the coming days. that's because the ground is now happy from all that water. so let's chick in -- check in now with chief meteorologist. we'
FOX
Dec 3, 2012 4:30am PST
pole in the sunset district. 8400 customers lost power. in daly city ground saturating rain caused a 50-foot pine tree to fall on 280. the problem blocked two lanes and backed up traffic for an hour. a pothole caused problems for drivers on highway 4. witnesses say more than two dozen drivers ended up with flat tires after hitting that pothole. cal tran sent a crew out to repair the road. >>> overnight news a man is behind bars after leading officers on a high speed chase from san jose to the streets of oakland. the chp says the driver got on to interstate 880 toward oakland after failing to stop for a traffic violation. the chase lasted for several hours before the driver got off the freeway and stopped by spike strips near mountain view cemetery in piedmont. >>> all lanes have reopened on highway 580 in richmond. that is following a fatal accident. the chp says the pedestrian was hit and killed around 8:30 last night on westbound 580. authorities still looking into why the person was walking on the freeway. the big rig driver is cooperating. >>> two hours from now, the supreme court m
SFGTV2
Dec 3, 2012 5:00am PST
, is it possible for that number -- i did not know we were saturated. is it possible for that number to change? can we control the market driven licenses, perhaps? you hear of a license is going for sale in new york or new jersey for half a million dollars. that makes a small-business man like me, that boggles my mind. and it boggles my mind to think i might have to go up to two hundred thousand dollars. what is the likelihood of the supply increasing to meet the demand? the city is growing. in south beach, there are cranes everywhere. we will need these licenses. how will we get them? >> i can repeat what i just said, but in part, that is something that we need to have pushed from the local. right now, there is a bill applying to napa. i'm sorry, marin county. it is the same sort of problem. part of the argument is -- just like i it was a kid coming in, people come in from all over the area to eat in san francisco restaurants. they come from all over the world. again, this governor is going to support everyone locally. i lot of that will have to come from you to accomplish what is right for the ci
KOFY
Nov 30, 2012 9:00pm PST
was saturated. if you can believe the prediction of the rain that we are supposed to get, this will flood. >>reporter: those who haven't had the water encroach on them yet are doing what they can to make sure it doesn't. next round of heavy rain line up off the coast. rob works for rerefrigeration company on north petaluma boulevard sits in a low spot near the petaluma river. the property hasn't flooded in years. but there's concern. it might if the forecast for this weekend holds true. >> well they are saying it's to be 7 foot high in the river, river right back behind us hear and about eight years ago the river overflowed at 7 and a half feet so we don't want, if it's a heavy rain you never know what it's liable to get t to. >>reporter: and again despite the current shower they have gotten a bit of a break here in the north bay this afternoon. of course all eyes will be on those rivers those creeks and in trouble spots like this because we know by now the river and creek are full and the ground is saturated as we head that the weekend. in petaluma, abc 7 news. >> certainly road
FOX
Dec 25, 2012 4:30am PST
but it is the afternoon where we will have to be watchful with saturated soils already in place that they will begin to rise. highway 101, clover dale, hillsboro, even santa rosa is are aring fog this morning so if you have an early morning drive, that you should be aware of. for the most part we are dry, partly cloudy skies, here comes the front, light rain is falling over parts of the north bay, it becomes more steady and we will see it is just to the right of fremont and by 4:00 and 5:00 this will be in the wettest points and scattered showers. low around the region, it is a chilly start today, similar to yesterday, afternoon highs, 50s, 54 san francisco, mid-50s in mountain view so if you are going to take the kids out early, to it early and most of the weekend looks good as well. >>> crews will keep looking for a missing woman. she left her home on upper lake sunday night. she seemed depressed and they found her clothing. hazel is five foot 3 with bronx brown hair. >>> this is the thyme where skiers go to the slopes. and it comes a day after a man was caught in an avalanche. 49-year-old steve
ABC
Nov 30, 2012 5:00pm PST
storm will dump heavy rain on saturated ground. more than eight inches in the northern end of sonoma county. santa rosa six and a half inches. san francisco, two inches. san jose receiving an inch and a third. you can see towards livermore almost two inches of rain, nobody escaping the rain or the wind. winds were gusty here golden gate bridge, 60 miles per hour. 11 p.m. saturday night, stormiest weather north. as you're sleeping early morning hours 5:00 a.m. sunday, north bay getting pounded with heavy wind and rain. it shifts across the bay area, then really continues into the south and east bay. santa cruz mountains at 9:00 a.m. we have radar on mount st. helena. i'll be back to tell but a high surf advisory. how much rain and with we might get a break. >> thank you. >> the storm made for a washout in wine country. several inches of rain there. laura anthony joins us life things have improved but this is one of the trouble spots. one of the first to flood in this area. heavy rains move into petaluma that is what happened this morning. and overnight, into the north bay. willow broo
CW
Nov 30, 2012 10:00pm PST
for the russian river. the problem is the ground is saturated from the rainfall we got today. from morgan hill and paulo alto. three and a half inches for black hawk. san francisco at the airport. two inches of rain downtown. and 5.71-inch of rain in saint helena. a loft rainfall fell and there's a lot more to come. the flood watch expiration has change and the rain will get out of here earlier than first thought. details on both of those in a few minutes. >> well more than a half foot of rain fell in one of the hardest hit areas the santa cruz mountains. the river in the south bay that many are watching closely. >> reporter: the san lorenzo river is rushing fast. in fact, carroll hendrix says it appears to be rising more dramatically than she's seen in years. only a day and a half ago it was so dry here you could walk across the bottom at this spot near downtown boulder creek. >> if it keeps raining it's probably going to go over the dam. the rain keeps falling in the mountains so do trees and electrical wires. highway nine was blocked in several places. including this tangled mess for much o
ABC
Dec 5, 2012 5:00pm PST
than 20 minutes to cut it down. >> roof gets saturated. nature making a course after that. >> and that star as i told you before, a camery was totalled. this happened at geary and 14th by the way. in richmond district. i was going to tell you who is going pay for it. accord together owner, the city has promised to pay for the car. i'm rif in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> worried about you among those trees there, thank you very much. today's wet weather is affecting drivers all over the bay area, right now part of the great highway in san francisco is closed. you can see why. southbound lanes between lincoln and slow closed no. word on when lanes will reopen. a accident closed lanes of the golden gate bridge this morning you can see what a mess that was. before 8:00 driver going southbound hit a car traveling northbound. that hit another car. three people were injured but the lanes closed for 45 minutes. that messed up the commute. thousands of us were stuck in the traffic jam, my car just sat there. by normal commute half an hour, took me an hour and a half. others suffer
SFGTV2
Dec 17, 2012 5:00am PST
at the culture of service. i will talk about saturation. i agree with many of the questions that were brought up. it is over saturated. those districts and lots need to be updated. what we do is we handle licensing, education, and enforcement. we are liaison to the abc, as well as public health and the entertainment commission. last year we handled 637 licensing investigations, 385 involving premises conditions with no additional actions, 25 denials, and miscellaneous. we also conducted 28 minor decoy operations that involved 416 premises and 16 arrests. we did 20 impact subscriptions to see if they were handling the rules of procedure. for instance, the 47 that mr. allen brought up is something that we will go out and see. are they serving food at the bar or restaurant? generally, the license belongs to abc, however, i agree with the director of apple smith. it goes along with our input. we work really well hand in hand. with most of the speakers today, i feel i have worked very well with them. very flexible. in that case by case situation, personally i do not agree with the 50/50 rule. a $400
ABC
Dec 26, 2012 4:30am PST
. the ground is so÷÷jz saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. tomas roman, abc7 news. >>> in east palo alto people living along the san francisco key toe creek are hoping this rain -- won't bring a repeat of monday. city krause worked into the early christmas morning hours placing sandbag along a -- city crews worked into the early christmas morning hours placing sandbags along a leaky levee. a construction project begins in the spring to that.i%b7ñ this morning a stretch of highway 1 south of big sur closed after rock slides from the weekend storm. the slide happened sunday afternoon. crews are working to clear the debris and repair a 60 foot section of damaged roadway. there's no word on when it is going to reopen. officials hope to have one lane open this week. >>> in the north bay rain and runoff have napa river swollen, but well within its banks. other parts of wine country look more like lakes. water topped levee at sonoma creek. an area where people expect flooding in heavy rain not a big problem for the chardonnay lines this time of year and there are lo
ABC
Dec 25, 2012 6:00pm PST
roads. storms over last few days have left hillsides saturated like this one near boulder creek. they have been quick to cordon them off to make for safer driving and with today's line of rain storms, some residents took a break from the usual christmas tradition to load up on sandbags in ben lomond. even a little more rain could mean trouble. >> big concern why you are filling up on sandbags? >> to keep the hill from sliding into my neighbor's house. i have water running off from the top of my driveway. >> they are not threatening to overflow banks even with today's rain. there is no expectation they will pose any problem. if you do have to be out on the roads this evening, especially coming through the santa cruz mountains, keep in mind the storms are passing through and they can cause patches of foggy driving conditions with really limited visibility. if you do have to drive, be careful out there and merry christmas. i'm sergio quintana, "abc 7 news". >> dan: right on both counts. john alston continues live in downtown napa. we have been watching the river for days, how does
ABC
Dec 26, 2012 1:05am PST
of possible flooding and also because the ground is so saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. live in sonoma county, abc7 news. >> thomas, thank you so much. >>> people heading back from their christmas tbat rigs are dealing with slick roads. here is a shot from our golden gate bridge camera. the number of road incidents including accidents reported tonight by the chp has nearly doubled from a typical weekend night. the chp is reminding all of us to slow down on wet roads roads and leave more space between your car and the vehicle in front of you. >>> in east alto people are holding their breath hoping the rain won't bring a repeat of monday. that's when seven homes were evacuated because of flooding. city crews worked into the wee hours this morning placing sandbags along the leaky levy. here is the area we are talking about. the weak levy is at pulgas avenue off east bay shore road. it needs to be strengthened and a construction project begins in the spring to do exactly that. in the north bay, the rain and the runoff has left the napa river swollen, but well
ABC
Dec 26, 2012 11:00pm PST
trees that have become a bad problem. >> it is a bad year for falling trees. the saturated soil and the lean lead to this one falling over. >> this arborist says the ground is super saturated, but what is toppling many of these trees is the wind. >> especially swirling winds that aren't coming from the standard direction can really cause a lot of damage. >> a huge tree came crashing down along dwight way and fell on to a passing berkeley police car driven by this officer. >> i heard a couple of loud cracking sounds and saw a couple of pedestrians pointing upward. a couple small branches fell and hit my view and hit the brakes. the abs activated and then a tree fell on top of the car. >> the officer walked away uninjured. the damaged car was towed. it was a similar scene across marin county with a 50-foot tall acacia tree in tiburon and another in larkspur. in east palo alto, a giant oak hit the dirt along this creek and missed some nearby homes. arborists say they worked 12 hours on christmas day in response to all of the calls for downed trees. >> we are working long hours into
ABC
Dec 25, 2012 11:00pm PST
saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. live in sonoma county, abc7 news. >> thomas, thank you so much. >>> people heading back from their christmas tbat rigs are dealing with slick roads. here is a shot from our golden gate bridge camera. the number of road incidents including accidents reported tonight by the chp has nearly doubled from a typical weekend night. the chp is reminding all of us to slow down on wet roads roads and leave more space between your car and the vehicle in front of you. >>> in east palo alto people are holding their breath hoping the rain won't bring a repeat of monday. that's when seven homes were evacuated because of flooding. city crews worked into the wee hours this morning placing sandbags along the leaky levy. here is the area we are talking about. the weak levy is at pulgas avenue off east bay shore road. it needs to be strengthened and a construction project begins in the spring to do exactly that. in the north bay, the rain and the runoff has left the napa river swollen, but well within its banks tonight. other parts of wi
KOFY
Dec 25, 2012 9:00pm PST
left hillsides saturated like this one near boulder creek. they have been quick to cordon them off to make for safer driving and with today's line of rain storms, some residents took a break from the usual christmas tradition to load up on sandbags in ben lomond. even a little more rain could mean trouble. >> big concern why you are filling up on sandbags? >> to keep the hill from sliding into my neighbor's house. i have water running off from the top of my driveway. >> they are not threatening to overflow banks even with today's rain. there is no expectation they will pose any problem. if you do have to be out on the roads this evening, especially coming through the santa cruz mountains, keep in mind the storms are passing through and they can cause patches of foggy driving conditions with really limited visibility. if you do have to drive, be careful out there and merry christmas. i'm sergio quintana, "abc 7 news". >> dan: right on both counts. john alston continues live in downtown napa. we have been watching the river for days, how does it look tonight? >> reporter: it's fine r
KRON
Dec 25, 2012 6:00am PST
saturation level is already pretty significant the soil. also, the fast- moving system. here is your day planner. cloudy, with rainfall possible later this morning heavy rainfall at times this afternoon and even went and flooding. there could be floppin and topping trees with flooding -- possible. 40's right now through the bay area with a winter weather advisory for lake tahoe, sierra. today, tomorrow, 10 in.-18 in. of fresh watepowder tire chain laws are probably in effect some of these conditions in the high country are some of the best they had in 10 years. richmond, also in the 50s. your kron 4 7 day around the bay heavy rainfall, stormy. >> good morning. there was an accident on the nimitz. the 880 has been cleared. around the bay area, this is a look at the bay bridge. alike.the light conditions along the bridges the golden gate is also looking just falling. there are very few cars. looking just fine. >> former president george h-w bush is spending his christmas in a houston hospital. this is despite his doctors' hopes last week that he would be released by today. his doctors have
ABC
Dec 2, 2012 9:00am PST
saturated the rain is expected to pus the -- to push the napa river to the flood stage. the flood level is 25.1 feet in napa, but they are projecting the water could go as high as 27 feet between 1:00 this afternoon and 6:00 this evening. as we all know, downtown napa saw the river overwhelm and over flow in 2005. thousands of acres flooded. residents were evacuated. some completely displaced. since then the napa river, napa creek protection project have made significant improvements to prevent that from happening again. but city officials say they are confident they can deal with the expected water flow. i went to downtown napa and not a lot of businesses open this early in the morning. at the coffee roasting company they had a theory. they were loit hearted and they tell us they live by the ed henderson rule. hoe says unless it rains for four days in a row, then it will flood. if it doesn't, it won't flood. there have been so many breaks in the storm they feel confident their city will be safe. reporting live in downtown napa, cara clapper, abc news. >> thank you, cara. >>> flood warn
FOX
Dec 5, 2012 10:00pm PST
in sonoma county. we've seen first hand what happens when the ground becomes saturated. this is highway 1, just south of fort ross. the saturated soil gave way just beneath the roadway, taking part of the asphalt, and leaving a stretch of guardrail dangling beneath the cliff. >> we came this way this morning, and we were able to get through, so the kind of a bummer that we can't go back. >> reporter: so far, the closure hasn't affected business at the timber cove inn. >> all of our guests have gotten through. >> reporter: still, some employees will have a tough time getting home tonight. >> that's where everything ends. the electricity, the telephone lines, everything ends right there. >> do you know if you have power at home? >> no, i don't. i'll find out. >> reporter: closure signs were also posted on valley ford road. not everyone paid heed. while some threw caution to the weekend, others decided to turn around, including the mail carrier. >> it happens every year, and everybody out here is used to it. >> some folks may not get their mail today? >> no, they'll get it tomorrow and the n
KICU
Dec 5, 2012 11:30pm PST
hand what happens when the ground becomes saturated. this is highway 1, just south of fort ross. the saturated soil gave way just beneath the roadway, taking part of the asphalt, and leaving a stretch of guardrail dangling beneath the cliff. >> we came this way this morning, and we were able to get through, so the kind of a bummer that we can't go back. >> reporter: so far, the closure hasn't affected business at the timber cove inn. >> all of our guests have gotten through. >> reporter: still, some employees will have a tough time getting home tonight. >> that's where everything ends. the electricity, the telephone lines, everything ends right there. >> do you know if you have power at home? >> no, i don't. i'll find out. >> reporter: closure signs were also posted on valley ford road. not everyone paid heed. while some threw caution to the weekend, others decided to turn around, including the mail carrier. >> it happens every year, and everybody out here is used to it. >> some folks may not get their mail today? >> no, they'll get it tomorrow and the next day. >> reporter: kra
NBC
Dec 10, 2012 11:42am EST
the future price target by $100. a leading analyst says smart phone saturation may lead to slow growth in the coming years. the new price target is $800 per share as opposed to 900. apple stock is down 25% since the record close above $700 a share in september. and the world's biggest hamburger chain, mcdonald's, saw sales increase 2.4% at restaurants open more than a year. growth was bigger than expected. breakfast items and limited time only cheddar bacon and onion sandwiches boosted sales. the stock is up 2.5% in trading yesterday. the results represent a rebound. in october mcdonald's had its first ever decline in same-store sales in nine years. back to you. >> hampton, thank you. >> back pain affects 80% of americans a at some point in their lifetime. it comes in many forms. here with ideas hon how to help is kim from boundless yoga. who did you bring? >> i brought carol. she's been studying with me for five years and is a great student. >> as we talk about back pain carol will perform some yoga routines that can leave yat back pain starting with the basic form. >> exactly. >> wha
ABC
Dec 1, 2012 1:05am PST
. but the ground is pretty well saturated, and we have another wave of rain coming at us. reporting live in the north bay, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. hundreds of people in the santa cruz mountains are without power. downed power lines mean highway 9 is still shutdown as well. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana continues our live coverage. sergio? >> the majority of those people who still are without power are in the community of ben loman. a tree came down and knocked down a power line right through town. pg&e crews are working late into the night to get power restored on this stretch of highway 9. this is what's left of the tree that came down earlier this morning and took out a power line. it has been cutaway by power crews and a few yards up the road one building has electricity. >> up here when you get a chance you try to get ahead of the ballgame. a lot of us have small generators. >> his generator is humming along at his general store, but some neighbors are making do with tiki lamps. >> this is our first for the year. usually they don't hit until january, february,
KRON
Dec 2, 2012 8:00pm PST
are affected? >> the north bay has been hit hard when we get a high soil saturation that brien was mentioning, the trees are really coming down. the good news is that although it is intense it was short but it did produce a lot of the situation of cleanup. 5100 customers are run the bay area and the north bay. 1100 out on the peninsula. and 1500 on the peninsula are still without power. our power crews are going to work throughout tonight and tomorrow to get the lights effect on them and they're not able to watch us but how long do you think how long until you get the power back on? >> as i mentioned, the working crews will be out tonight and tomorrow. some restorative power but just to give you an idea how out destructive it was we had over 30,000 people out of power. at the height of this storm this morning and now, 5100. >> i good news - rain has stopped. bad news - ground is still soggy and trees are >> we're als formed to work throug throughout the nig and to tomorrow. and until everybody is fully restored. >> what's the game plan for monday? >> with the santa cruz mountains and a nor
KRON
Dec 3, 2012 8:00pm PST
. it will be a little bit for the air to get saturated enough for the rain to hit the ground. most of that moisture is missing us. but the storm is still offshore and packing plenty of moisture. going towards tomorrow and here is what we expected. the increasing clouds and the north bay shower but i do not think it will record to see any rainfall until 5:00. mainly, north bay shores but wednesday, more whitetiming it out on futurecast. more widespread totals. >> the wonder of cdc's that this coming flu season and 3 warnings from the cdc. there is prevention but you have to take action now dan kerman. >> if you've not gotten a flu shots you should consider one. the flu season is are arriving earlier than usual. >> it is unusual to a peaks in december and january is usually the main one. this year it looks like on the eastern portion is already building up steam heat. >> kaiser and walnut creek say that this is strain is also more potent. which is why everybody over six months should get a flu shot. and those most at risk. >> children have a higher risk of getting serious. with chronic conditions, di
KRON
Dec 24, 2012 5:00pm PST
the contra costa county border meets with the oakland hillsthe heavy rain over the weekend saturated the hillside bringing down a significant amount of mud early monday morninghuge rocks like this one here landed right in the roadway the california highway patrol was on hand to direct traffic around this narrow pathwaybicyclists also had to navigate through the debris as one lane was completely blocked by the slide eventually pinehurst was closed by contra costa county public worksthis crew brought in a pair of heavy duty front loaders to clear the slidemud was collected and poured into dump trucksload after loaduntil the road was clearedand reopened to trafficon pinehurst road on the contra costa county oakland borderhaaziq madyun, kron 4news >> catherine: continuing our team coverage. also in the east bay. a road that keeps flooding has really frustrated a long-time resident. kron 4's justine waldman shows us the mudslide and what is being done to fix it. >> reporter: as soon as it started to rain victor husary knew this was going to happen. that is why he got out his cell phone an
FOX
Dec 3, 2012 5:00am PST
.25. the next system will spread rain in tomorrow. again the air is very saturated. dry monday. fog forming. north bay mainly. rain returns tuesday. then tuesday night into wednesday it will move south. it will make it all the way to san jose but it's a weaker system. but still any rain on top of what we had is not good. much, much cooler air mass. i think after you noticed it yesterday. 2:00, 3:00 hey man these are warm systems. napa 39. there is a lot of 40s around. temperatures noticeably cooler than what we had. these are mid pacific systems. these are warmer systems though. but again they are not coming out of the gulf of alaska. so they hold more moisture. partly sunny today patchy fog. partly sunny and partly cloudy. 50s and 60s on the temps. the days are oh so short now. we'll have rain returning to the north bay. tuesday night into wednesday. clears out thursday looks good friday. and to me it looks like a cold windy pattern. pam. >>> thank you, steve. in business news european markets are up after a positive report out of china. it shows manufacturing is expanding in china for the
ABC
Dec 5, 2012 4:00pm PST
. >> so much of the ground in the bay area saturated, particularly north of the golden gate bridge a number of trees came crashing down today. >> wayne freedman picks up coverage now in marin county overlooking sausalito. >> best we can tell you is that most of us survived this latest wave of storms unscathed. there have been more than a few. we tracked some of them down, today. here is a question. if a giant oak crashes down and no one hears it does the tree make a sound? if it close that's road five hours, is a nuisance? katie kerr two who found the fallen tree would give us a resounding yes. but she's positive... >> it could be snow. that would be worse. >> could have fought faulen on the car. >> yes. really. disaster. >> sonoma county has a program to trim the!!9u overhanging branches of the road-hugging trees but can't get all of them. four have fallen in four days. tangled remains of this one looked like surewood forest. now to southern marin. yet another tree fell across sausalito boulevard. residents heard that one. and they have had three down now and more trees to follow
KRON
Dec 2, 2012 8:00am PST
series of storms has some arborists concerned about trees in the bay area. the saturated ground could force trees and bushes to collapse. about the threat. >> all of the whe--wieight.. is at the top of the tree. >> certified arborist christopher altman pointing these dangers out while walking through pacific heights in san francisco. >> if you have a lot therese cyprus, a fig tree, cypress tree, acacia tree, those are usually hazardous and with also prone to weakness. >> altman says all of those trees are commonly found in san francisco, despite the ficus no longer being planted because he says they're weak and unsafe. >> i would have this branch removed. you can see the offshoot from the main trunk. altman says to also keep an eye out for included bark. occassionally wet soil is okay, but altman says if you live in an area where the soil is always drenched -- that's a problem. wet soil prevents roots from getting enough oxygen. this could rot the roots. phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. stay with kron-4 and kron four dot com as we continue to monitor the storm moving throu
SFGTV2
Dec 4, 2012 12:30am PST
at the hospital. and whether the retaliation must go next. to saturate and prevent and interrupt any violence that may occur. this is a component or peace that has been building. i polled the captains of payview, mission, ingleside and the northern district. these are the most affected by gang violence. they said they appreciated what the crn did what they want to see them more. they need to fill that communication. it also comes down to training and trust, to be able to have them talk to officers. they would address the officers, they had arrested some of them, when there were actually under. they will help the police and the community. under his guidance we are the most active community. of anyone in this country and any department. he puts his money where his mouth is. he tells them to stay out of the gang, and that we have officers with a wilderness program. there are a number of things in the organization in place to start to make change. we have seen this over the last three or four years. in 2008 there were 98 homicides in san francisco. the number is now almost half. i think we contin
SFGTV2
Dec 8, 2012 8:30am PST
, as sensitive as they can be, but we also have to predictably before the events happened saturate those areas with our probation officers, with our crime prevention, with our crn partners and others that can help provide deterrence. that is predictive policing. and then the most important part is community organizing, something that has never let me in all of the years and all the time that i have worked in public office here. it has always been about stronger community building. this is where our youth advocates, our school advocates, our family advocates, our victim advocates, all of our church going folks as well as people that are not going to go to church but might touch us on a community service basis point. we have to step it up in our community organizing and work even closer together to prevent and to provide alternatives before things happen to suggest dispute resolution and abilities to argue is fine. but fighting and using violence as the answer -- that is not an answer for anybody. [applause] so our san francisco approach, one that has been derived from all of these very hard mee
NBC
Dec 25, 2012 6:00pm EST
tomorrow morning. the clouds are a good thing. the air is relatively saturated. that is a good sign, temperatures will not drop off really fast. if it were in the 20's or something like that, we would have a problem with freezing rain. the temperature at the airport is 41 degrees. the suburbs are already in the 30's. even with the clouds and the moisture, the temperatures will likely drop off below freezing. fredrik, 34. 36 in westminster. winter weather advisories are in effect for the northern and western suburbs tomorrow morning. they should probably include northern baltimore county. there could be freezing rain or snow to start the day and then it will changeover to rain. some of that trend could be heavy, especially in the afternoon. there is another storm already coming onshore on saturday. the forecast for tonight, increasing clouds and temperatures into the 30's. when you wake up tomorrow morning, there could be some icing going on. freezing rain or sleet, maybe some snow, changing over to rain. it will be a heavy rain. high temperature at 40 degrees. it could and early thu
ABC
Dec 26, 2012 6:00pm EST
the saturation patrols will continue through the holidays and run throughout the year. in pasadena, abc2 news. >>> local folks invested money with an infamous insurance sales man. now that hal katz is out of business, the millions they gave him is gone. friends and family say they're fighting to get back what they lost when they trusted mr. katz. . >> tonight at 11 what of katz' closest friends talk about the betrayal of trust. >>> shoppers headed back to stores to return presents and pick up deals. we'll take you inside a store where customers flock. >> and news about children and obesity. what positive signs research has uncovered. >> i'm meteorologist wyatt everhart. an ugly day of winter weather and cold rain, but a new storm is beginning to brew to the south and the west. we'll talk about what that could mean for your neighborhood after the break. >>> efforts to avoid the fiscal cliff will get underway tomorrow. president obama spent the day in hawaii thanking the troops for their service. time is running out and so far, lawmakers have struggled to find a compromise. >> then they say go
CBS
Nov 30, 2012 5:00pm PST
is saturated. can't hold anymore water. we'll talk about this next soaker moving in and when it's going to move out coming up. ,, [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] thousands of pg&e customerst also drivers. the lights were out on the bay bridge r part of the early morning commute. lights came back on >>> power outages affected pg&e customers and drivers. the lights were out on the bay bridge for part of the early- morning commute. the lights came back on about 6:30. >> live look outside san jose right now. late this afternoon, crews scrambled at stanford stadium trying to get the field ready for tonight's pac-12 championship football game. >> a little sunshine there. cbs 5 reporter roberta gonzales there and i'm sure with what's on the line the players don't care if they are wet or dry tonight. huh, roberta? >> spot on, right there. a
NBC
Dec 1, 2012 6:00pm PST
officials said more outages popped up today because the soil is so saturated, trees keep on falling. right now the north bay is the biggest problem area. still minor compared to a couple of days ago in napa 358 customers in the dark. in the east bay pinole about 254, richmond about 100. viewers have been sharing pictures with us like this one snapped in san francisco today. if you have storm photos send they're them our way to news tips at nbcbayarea.com. we are tracking a series of storms around the clock. stay with us for continuing coverage on air and online. we'll keep you updated tonight at 11:00 as well and 7:00 a.m. tomorrow. >>> a reported home invasion in the south bay continues to scare neighbors in the small town of montecerano. people are wried because the men who killed a homeowner are still at large. nbc bay area's kim terry has the story. we understand it's the first homicide there since 1972. >> reporter: 40 years. that has some neighbors and family and friends of the victims obviously concerned and wanting to find out who these people are, how long they spent inside of the
FOX News
Dec 2, 2012 7:00am PST
of storms last week where we have seen ten plus inches of rain. the ground is saturated. this storm is windy. windy conditions across colorado, spreading across the intermountain west. the ground is saturated, if you take that wind and we will see more trees going over across parts of -- especially in northern california. that is really where the bullseye of the rain has been. all kind of flooding concerns, flood watches and warning in effect from san louis obipspo to oregon. we are seeing the precipitation in oregon and washington as well, but the bullseye really has been across northern california. this is the future radar. we see the rain, it dies down toward the south, maybe rain in los angeles then a break for the day tomorrow. then the next storm moves in on tuesday. all of the pacific northwest to northern california again. after that, we start to see things calm down. we have to get through the next couple of days with heavy rain. the heaviest in san francisco, up around sacramento. a lot of the rivers here are well past flood stage. a couple of them likely even getting toward the al
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